Sean Lowe and Catherine Giudici are reportedly living together, however the couple will remain in separate bedrooms until after their upcoming wedding.
The "Bachelor" star, 29, decided to move in with Giudici, 26, after wrapping up his "Dancing with the Stars" gig in May. The couple's living situation is assisting Lowe in honoring his Christian values.
"They still have separate rooms," a source told Life & Style magazine. "Moving in is a purely financial decision. They're still maintaining born-again-virgin Lowe's beliefs."
Giudici, who is a Graphic Designer originally from Seattle, confirmed that she is happy to honor her fiance's beliefs. Lowe, who is an entrepreneur, previously opened up about his decision to abstain from sex.
"From my perspective, I've lived life kind of selfishly for a long time. Now, I'm going to try to live it the way I know to be right," Lowe told People magazine.
"I honor him," Giudici said with regards to the couple's decision to wait until their wedding night.
The "Bachelor" season 17 couple is expected to wed in coming months and they are expected to move to Lowe's hometown of Dallas shortly after the ceremony.
"Their plan is to move to Dallas at some point this year," the source revealed.
Lowe recently opened up about his and Giudici's plans to start a family. Giudici reportedly wants three children and Lowe has agreed.
"We talk about it quite a bit. I think she likes the number three, she has two other siblings, so that's fine by me," Lowe told HollywoodLife.com.
"As far as what they look like, I don't know. I always tease her and say our son is going to look like Manny Pacquiao because that's the only famous Filipino I know. We'll see, I hope they are beautiful children," he said.
The couple will wed in a televised ceremony which Lowe confirmed will likely take place in Los Angeles.
"It's probably going to be in LA. If we do the televised wedding, which it looks like we will, it just makes more sense since that production crew is in the LA area — and her family is in Seattle, mine is in Dallas, LA is a good meeting point," Lowe said.